Listen up, ladies! The sexiest shoe of 2012 is -- drumroll, please -- Christian Louboutin's red studded patent leather pumps. As for the runner-ups in the "Sexy Shoes" competition, Stuart Weitzman's burgundy patent pumps with a metal stiletto got second.
Customs agents in Los Angeles seized 20,457 pairs of fake Christian Louboutin shoes shipped from China, U.S. officials said Thursday. The counterfeit lacquered "red sole" shoes, an icon in women's fashion, could have brought $18 million if they had reached.
As many as one in eight of the women we questioned told us they've argued with their partner either about the amount they spend on shoes or the sheer number of pairs they own.' While many women covet designer brands such as Christian Louboutin and Nicholas.
What will people do for a signed shoe by Christian ... when I travel.” Louboutin, a native of Paris, gestured expansively as he discussed his shoes, including the spiked, red-patent pump that was just named the sexiest shoe of 2012 by Footwear News.
Related: These New Pigmented MAC Lipsticks Are Unlike Anything You’ve Worn Before) Christian Louboutin has launched not one, but three different fragrances. As you would expect, the scents are just as luxurious as the shoes and the makeup. The fragrance.
In the spring of 2012, I sat down and basically ... Earrings by Rebecca de Ravenel; Shoes by Stuart Weitzman. Photograph by Jennifer Livingston; Dress by Michael Kors Collection; Shoes by Christian Louboutin; Earrings by Oscar De La Renta.
PARIS — Athletic achievements aside, the Cuban national team will be turning heads with their official nonperformance gear for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this summer, thanks to shoe designer Christian Louboutin and SportyHenri.com’s Henri.
Last night, Christian Louboutin ... shoes and now with the alchemy of fragrance.” The fragrance bottles, like his shoes, are a creation within themselves. Designed by Thomas Heatherwick - the architect behind the Olympic Cauldron for the London 2012.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection confiscated 20,457 pairs of counterfeit Christian Louboutin shoes at the Los Angeles/Long Beach seaport. "They label the shipments as generic shoes when, in fact, they're bringing over contraband," said Jaime Ruiz.